Dr. Terry Greene rejoins the Mediterranean district as the new principal of Bahrain School. Most currently, she was the Deputy Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for the DoDDS-Europe. Before her work at the area office, she was the principal of Incirlik Unit School, Incirlik, Turkey for almost 4 years.
Dr. Greene moved to Incirlik from the Chief of Staff and Education position with the Korea District Superintendent's Office (DSO) in Yongsan, Korea. She joined DoDEA for the second time in 2005 as the Instructional Systems Specialist for continuous school improvement, accreditation, assessment and K-12 Literacy in the Korea District Superintendent's Office.
During her first DoDEA experience, Dr Greene worked in the Pacific Director's office as the School Improvement/Early Childhood Director; as an assistant principal at Yokota East Elementary School (now known as Joan K. Mendel Elementary School); and as a DoDDS teacher in two locations in Germany, Newfoundland, Korea, and the Philippines. Dr. Greene is a former military "brat" who attended DoDDS schools in France and Germany and schools on military bases across the United States. Dr. Greene received her Doctor of Philosophy degree at the University of Arizona in Tucson with a major in Language, Reading, and Culture and a minor in Teaching and Teacher Education. Her Master of Arts degree is from the University of Texas at Austin in early childhood education. Her bachelor's degree in elementary education with a reading concentration is also from the University of Texas.
She is delighted and honored to be moving to Bahrain M/HS and looks forward to new opportunities and experiences working with the students, teachers, parents, and the military community.